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In chronic dvp- p.U and liver cotnplalr t, and In
chronic cont'ttpaMon and other ohMliiate diseases,
llottettcr'f Noma- a Bikers it beyond a',1 comsan
on the Bent rtir.edv that run bo taken A t
mesne of restoring the. ttr.-tigtb aid vital cne gy of
pi rton who are nnkn.tf uu.dt.-r Ihe debilltating
effe.-U of painfcl iliKur '.. rs.llil ttaudard vcge-able
lnvigoralil ( ct.fetcd'.v unequaled.
For a'.o bT all d-uisi ud dealer generally
I'OUT (RAPE WINE
? s -'Z.'.v:.? it-..--
Spar's Port Qpape Wine !
four yeai.s old.
TlllS CELEBK ATE l NATIVE WINE It main
J-from The juice of the Oporto G apt, raised In
thie con-.: -v. It ir.va 'at'i'.e uEic aod f.rcEjtb
tn'.te proptrt e are BLur; ard b any other
Na-iv Wite. 'he pyre Ju.ce of the Orape,
prw' jeed uLikr Mr. Siavr's 011 pertoaal ojvr!
H ". in purity kl 1 cia:r. r.ep, ar f aarantet-d
Tb voane: cbiid m iT j artake of iti ffurrous
je i.ilif. a:,d tbr :na:id ace It to advau-
'.a.:- It i I's't.cj.ar t in i.:a: to .he aped aid
d' ': !ta:ed. aLd -uu-d !u '.lit ar:oui ailrncLt that
a:.rot the -al;er t. It .;;. ttrj rvf pect A
WIN E TO BE Kt lLli -.N.
Speer's P. .1. .Sherry.
The P. J. SHEKB " i a '.lc of Saptrior Char
Ktt bd i artskefof the rcb Qaht:.- of tax kraj
from wb co it : Kor Purity. Richewt. K!
0' and McdkiLal Pr' p'.rTj--. it .) tie found nn
Speer's P. J. Brandy.
Thit TlhANl'iY '.aLi t:.t:Ta td in tb'.a Couc'.ry
betLsfar ftspcrlor fur mei cit al jnrtot(. Itli i
pr ilii'.a'.iL tro the I"-. aiil con'a'L vl
oat: nic")!c.T.a ro;-r.ito. It ba delicate: t
or. tim'iar to that of ihe jra;i', from hich It
diJ'.iiied. Ld i !ti trr'-a1. fhv.ir UOB flrt-c;a
famille. that thv ' Lture of AI.FKEO
SPEEK, Papeaic, . J., e ovvr the cork of ea'.t
Sold I3v PAUL SCHUH
AND BT IjHVG-.I.STS evervwhkhe.
TOPRESEKVK III E HEALTH
I'm the MaL t ij .".;;; atjc Co
Mauetic Luni; Protector !
PIUCIO ONLY 85.
They are prc-j to Lau. ET;.r n ts aLd
CHOI! N IaK n N-; lo cafe ol 1' set MoS'A
on i .'! ! '. '.'r ku n he:e thoc
Karinei,ta are o-L I w y ao .r-vp tit atid c .re
Klairr UIITI( r LT!H., );.!-' am ,TilM. KBl'KaL
bU. IIIU'JAT tl.'.- lil.f, Ml'KTIJ ). Ill k. i lihhJt, A Hi,
ALL, kJMitttl :'lrt-l. Wi.i WK4B aLjr lervlc.
furruuKK TtAhi. A.": -a orii over the undern.i(ti-
n T i I p If It : n Ji. v to dvatr.be the
VVlHlIlilj .i.;itj)iJf of thi r.a'jueoii Oia
tke that '. faj'piti.' t::e 1 fe )t:.d atri'Lirth o' otly
too laauv of tiii- f'we.t n; .1 !.:of both !
Labor, atody 1 rc.-ar t. in Am 'r:ca, Europe and
EvcU'.'H :nd. ae r. p ii : - 1 m '. Mbuc LtttK
Prwtccior. aif f'ii k .r' fr t'a'urrh. a r--rueiy
wiiitti c jj.:a;i. No .n r .ti rttcii. bd
with the lot.: ijj i. :r a:u of Mauunt per
meating throt.'j th'- a:"ic,..-'t ori;at,. MioT UK
PTOlia TUt To A BKaI.IU it. ON. VYl PLM.'E CL'H
ruii.a fo-tti. a:; :bucv '. than onu ttAi titieth
f the pr c ariti 1 y oilier for retnedl'' upnn
WhH.h you tike i the t.'.a'j' Illil I tfJ'KCIAly
1.T INITB t!i pairnLae u! ti.e man r fMioN who
hav tried iiutituiMt iiiEiii b'rovai hi ;Tiiot;T ar
racr. HOW TO OBTAIN J;," "j;-
gtut a:id a.k for Un m If fny have not cut tt.e'n.
write t j the propr.etot. e . 'o-ltu- the jt.cc in let
ter, at out fr't and ''iw thai. a-.-ut to you at
once hy mail. !-: : J
Snd :a'np fo- t N-.i II (..arture in Medi
cal Trciin-ul wirii.tr mhiihim," wiib thou
aaodo of t.-t I tu t. n -.
THE MAGNKTuN MM I.IANCK CO..
Jl !:e Street. ChicaKo, HI.
Not. Sea l one "loiiar In jiontae alampa or
corr niy (in letter at ur r;ki w.th alzc of pho
unually worn, it ! trya p.'r of our Magnetic la
(oleo.andhu cotirimvl ol t.'ie power reiirt'tjjj la
our iitjnvtic Appi:aut,e-. Pow.irely no cold 7tt
where nicy are viortoor m iir-v rt-fuLdeil. Pfl-ly
A New and Complete Hotel, frontlnu on
(Second and Kailroad Strnela,
1 lie rBMena'-r I"" lnu v-"" im. i.ouia
and -ew Orlrarm: 1 11 J not (.'ulilralt Waiiarh, Si.
Loula aud Paclllc; Irnu Mountain aud Southern;
artt all Jum scroti the ttret-t: w hile the Steamboat
1 ,iH it,u la tint one aniiare ditlanl.
MnM naiill i ll I Biro ana .-II. I.oill Uttliu...
Tula Hotel U heated by leam, haa Hnam
Laundry, llvdraullc Elevator, Electric Call Ilelli,
Automatic Fire-Alarirm, Hatha, nlnolutely pur air,
perleclaeweraKe and complete appolnimunti
Ha pert) futnirhlngii; parfucl awrvlcv; soil I
Ij. I. 1'AHH Mlf
Spaadlly rUard hyll.a u. of iitaHn Trtat'
Hint, wlilrb tituniually cuiaa Nrrroua lcbll
ty, Lost Virility. Irmavlur lvrmjt ai4
ail tvuhlM ari.iMI f.m ovawoak and aioMta,
Hm BU f ' I mallad (in, aald,tij a
4iMsni lr. WblUtor, If 4 EacBW, ciauuuait.OV
f 3 f J'.': ..! . -.-.,. --.-.. -
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The Daily Bulletiii.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEE.
OFFICIAI. PAPKH OF ALBX 4N0EU COUNTY.
ENTEKKU AT TUB CAIRO FOSTOFKICB Full
THAN8MISHI0N TUUOUOBTHB MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
FcwIt'j Pa .tL'r c'kin.
Tin- Thirl' ''ti (.'lu'.i liin nii.ny in'ofi' iH
n'lifs in in rumm til I'tipt. Fowler's
Kiiii'k.'ilx-i'hiT t'ntP'ov. Ion iis ni.isi
irt'ci(Mis relic is :t i:iiiihei-skiu, wliieli
ihu Captain fh"s with mm h priilo.
VenH(i;iv t he I'apUin o-iz.ni foinlly in
to thi) gla.is fves, strokml tliu fur lov
ingly, ti t 1 1 Kitiil:
'opt. 13, 1870, 1 wus liiintinji on tiio
ManiaKatin Karrons. up in Sullivan
county. I wasn't looking fur panthers
not by a long shol. Deer whs what
had enticed me out there, tunl 1 was in
shrtpe not to raiso any ol jet'tions i a
bear if one should eoiii" my way. One
of my barrels was loaded with thirteen
buckshot. Ever been upon the Mi
makating Harrens? No? Well, they're
pretty well up, being, by actual meas
urement, 1.813 feet above tide.
"I'd been tramping over the Barrens
this particular day, and hadn't seen
anything that would indicate that there
had ever been even as much as a chip
munk prowling around there, w hen sud
denly 1 heard a bijj noise off to my
right. 1 turned and looked, and there
was the panther tearing straight for
me. 1 just up with my gun and whang
ed away with mv t'hirieen bucknot.
The panther gave a yell that made me
turn pale, but he stopped, and stopped
for good. 1 always step just three feet
when I walk alw'ays. I never knew
it to vary an inch. I walked toward
the dead' panther. I remembered after
ward that I took just four of my steps
and not quite the length of my foot
over to wuere the panther lay thirteen
feet. My foot is jut thirteeu inches
long. Queer, eh? Well, of course. I
was a little upset by im adventure, but
pretty soon I liegan to haul my t ig
ame out to the road. It was a tough
pull, but finally 1 got him oil' the Bar
rens. At the place where 1 struck the
road there was a small house. 1 man
aged to get a horse and wagon there to
carry rue and my game in, us my rir
wouldn't be along tili toward night.
After we had loaded the panther in the
wagon I asked the boy who was to
drive me in bow far it was to Wurts
boro. " 'Plumb thirteen miles, and we've
got a hill for every mile,' said he.
"We got to Wurtsboro. and when I
looked. at my watch I found that we
bad been thirteen minutes over thiee
hours coming in. 1 Ix'gan to find fault
with the boy for taking so long. W e.l,"
sa d he, 'that's a tough road, and I
think I've done first rate, bt-in's as this
horse was thirteen years on the canal
before we got him. and that was th r
teen ytar this month, jut the time
I was born.'
"Of course the panther and myself
created a big excitement, but it wasn't
until 1 counted the panther's teeth, and
found there were only thirteen left, and
thenfound its measurement just thirteen
feet from tip to tip, that I U ;itn to
think about tLe singular third en bui
nes connected with the kil ingof this
animal. Let's see ltftii of .si-pt-inU-r,
1.313 feet abuve tide, 13 buek.-i.ut, pan
ther with 13 teeth and 13 feet Jung,
dropped dead with 13 buckshot in 13
feet from me. 13 miles to Wurtsbon.
13 hills on tl.o roa.L boy 13 years old
driving horse that had been 13 year
on the canal, and 13 years with the
boy's ftim.iy. If you don't call thee
singular coincidences 1 don't know
where you're going to get 'em. And "
The Captain .-u Idenly stopped talk
ing. An expression of concentrated
awe appeared in his face. Then he.
struck his list on tiiC side-board and
"Why, holy smoke! Sept. 13, In Ml
That's just thirteen years ao ne.t
meeting day of tiiis club! (jeMleiuen,
There were thirteen bulging - based
eoras on the sideboard an hour later
when the visitors aiijounjed..Ni.'f Y'jrK
To the belles of fashiorial'l'l so'.'iety
tlie simiuier i- usually proiilic of ojipoi
tunitie to cultivate the tender pa-sion.
or at least to more or le-s siniuiate it.
"Love," says Byron, "is of man's life u
thing apart; 'tis woman's whole exis
tence." But while marriageable wo
men may be said to be always innf" or
less occupied with the theme, it It when
they are at watTing-placcs that ti.ey
have the most loUure and tenipvfiu'i
to beeome lisln is of men. It takes a
woman to thoroughly understand a wo
man. To a man she is an enigma, a
problem he rardy solves. Nevcrthele,.
so long as be remains imeaptin'ed be
seems never to tire in his ellort to solve
it, and ho often goes to the summer re
sorts to enlarge his lield of study.
Young ladies are more easy of ap
proach there, especially if they are stay
ing in hotels, than in the city. They
may bo said, indeed, to live most of the
time under the public eye; or, at any
rate, w bote they can be readily found
by a diligent suitor. They are left a
good deal to themselves perhaps too
much in and about hotel parlors nnd
piaz.a.s. They take long or short walks,
as they feel inclined, with chance caval
iers of their recent acipucntauco. At
Saratoga they go to the springs or stroll
arouinFtlie Congress grounds with them.
At Long Branch they go to bathe w ith
them. They sit in tne gloaming on the
piazzas with them for hour together in
the evening, with only nominal super
vision on the part of their mothers or
other chaperons; and in other ways they
practically enjoy all the- liberty they de
sire. No wonder, therefore, when girls are
approachabU there, that the watering-
places should be the favorite hunting
grounds of tiativo and foreign fortune
hunters, and other adventurers of all
sorts. Introductions are, as a rule,
easily obtained, and so much are people
thrown together who wish to lie ineaeh
other's company, that thn stranger e.f
one day may be the intimate of the
next. Acquaintanceships thus sudden
ly formed often ripen into warm friend
(hips with surprising rapidity, mid en
gagements to marry are 'sometimes
entered into nlmost before- there has
been any courtship, and between per
ous who know little or nothing of each
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1883.
other except from common roport. It
may be thai Mr. Jones is known or sup
posed to Im rich, or that Miss Smith has
or is likely lo hnvn a good deal of mon
ey of her own, and this is often founda
tion enough for the ordinary marrying
man or woman to rest upon in taking a
step of the first importance In life.
I he motive is as contemptible as its fol
ly is ridiculous, but, with niuo persons
nut of ten, money is always tho prime
consideration on both sides in marriage.
That unhappy marriages should be
tho usual rather than the exceptional
result of such laxity and mercenary
motives in entering into engagements
follow s almost as a natural consequence.
Hence wo find tho courts untying by
divorce, all tho year round, the knots
that were tied, not by Hymen, but by
Mammon, or some other divinity besides
tho only true one, love. The watering
places throw temptations in tho way of
both sexes to llirt and mako love, for
idleness wings the darts of Cupid, (oris
stand naturally more in neotl of protec
tion from themselves and the wiles of
desiguing matrimonial adventurers than
tho sterner sex, and they get too
little of it. Fashionable mammas, and
for that matter, mothers in general, in
this country allow their daughters too
Smujjlia 03 th-) Sault Ste. Maria a:J
"On the Sault Ste. Mario Hiver there
are a number of stores doing a large
business, whose smuggling is and has
been so tipiJi and defiant that it is a
matter of public notoriety. If the cus
tom house others want to catch .smug
glers, letthcin go to the Sault Ste. Mane,
(i.irden Uiver. tioulais Bay, Brace Bay
and that ideality up there, and th'-y will
lind that not one-third of the Am- rieau
goods sold and consumed at thee places
pas through the custom house, but are
smuggled ovtr, and that it is d"'ae so
plainly that it is no secret. An Amer
ican official told the Canadian oilieials
about the smuggling, not long since,
and an ollicer was sent to investigate,
he found that one store had within
eighteen months taken at least .'", 0'")
worth without paying duty, but the
jv.rties tod hi'i in the est i in tti"ii of
the adminisirat-ot), and theotVe-er- were
compelled 10 leave them unmolested.
No the oliieer lol l inc. Few place? oiler
i 'Otter opnortuu.ties for the trallio than
Detroit ll.ver. It has always been a
harvesting place for the crooked dealers,
being peculiarly adapted by reason of
the comparative narrowness of the river,
its many hiding places, auu its islands
and bends. Those engaged in the
trade there are very seldom suspected.
Many a boat drops alongside a vessel
when passing through the river, and
leave with a cargo of contr tband arti
cles without ever being seen by the few
llioers of the law. Many thousand
gallons of pirituous liquor are sold
yearly in the City of the Straits and
surround. ng towns tiiathave never been
subjected to custom house tax. Much
of the jewelry, and many of the - Ik
dresses that are seen on the streets have
passed over the stream surreptitiously.
Lots of wood burning propellers and
steam barges that call at wood dock on
the Cunvta side of the river bring away,
besides the Led, many a jug and keg
tt.at are bumd concealed in advance of
'their arrival. This illicit trallic is not
conl'itiei', 1 xe'.u.s'ive'.y to any one prohib
ited artici' . Many a good suit of cui in-s
c lines o,er the bird..-!- either as a por
tion i f the baggage of some member of
the crew, or on tne back of the owner
who goes ashore in an old suit and
comes aboard with the new one on and
the ,, 1 done tip as a bundle of washing.
Biifi r and eggs are smuggled over,
n it only ai n:g:,t but in tne daytime as
well, an 1 to a far givatr extent thai.
'.;. ; .iiit.'ii.r.tie-. uf t.ie public have at...
1 : a of. Mii'i.'gi.'ig nas lonnerly ear
red on to a 1 i.'i-l ii-raide extent
iia-c tiger p -' ,.! and steamer- .
:.ot-i nationalities p:sing through D -1
roit K.- i r, and ey, n no.v a little
dote- in tie' same way. The evil coin-ni'-iieed
i'.ng ago, find although perhaps
not so o..-ioy as ,11 days gone by it ti.;
gne, oti f:-oin year lo year without any
material p 'Melon. Tne officials ,ap-
".'I '1. 1 1'.-.
a ' 'I ;
Hygi for Btbi?s.
roe!. At a ar old the child in'Kt
lioei,U;e;v A.-aneil, nirl soon be must
have daily a lit.je undercooked meat
t'o'inded lip iu'oa pulp and to which a
l.Ple "raw ari l s.a,,t are added; some
l'olato li-,- y !)..'i-:i.;d and covered wit'i
igravy; an ' g or a Lttle milk pudd.ng.
l.)u no aei'oint :roiiid he Is-allowed any
win", lioer, t 1 or codec, though he mat
have coeoa ai d mil-;. He should '"
given his in- a - regij.arlv, arid he s.ioii,i
not be :oio.e f 'o pirK' at bread an t
b i ter. ' ai-.' - and --, t uill' ill tie; in
ti I till.-. ( lo. !;'!) flourish beat on fl' -a
'loii.lng Ba.'iie, and little childr-n
rnu-t iie kept a.wat- warm. Tiiey can
Hot tic "h il deiied " by reality clothing
or cold bat i s. Tne.r necks, tnig :-,
leg", need to he eoveied, as wcil IIS I heir
ciie.ts and bodies; Uicv thould wear
!oii; sleeve, atnl stockings and, when
old enoii" h, oiiitoti or llrinu'd drawers.
Ire .'n Air l.iidreii s ,011 bo taken
mil ol ho.ii s 1 iicn il-iy thai, iiiii weather
i- tmc. If tm y ;iro sent nm in a poruiu-
blliator, rap' lllllsl In) tliKoti tout till)
feet, and i"g- are warm to start will),
and iliat tint' are s() covered
thPiii-nout tin- rii(e 1 1 1 :x 1 they are warm
on the letiun homo. Kvorv day, unless
a filter wind is blowing, i,r it M loggy,
the w itido.t -hi mi.! bo opiii., fol- 'a
wiiiie, f r ires li air is as neei s.ary for
(dii.drefi as fre-h food,
Sleeping. At night if a child pers
pires freely or kicks oil' tin. Iiod-edotlios,
he should wear a llannel hod-gown loll"
enough to be lied below hisfei.t, unT
I..'i0 fed-clothes Ilillst be securely tucked
iii. lb' should not be rocked or patted
to make him sleep; sleep slion,.! come
naturally, and, bke the food, at, rcular
Batiunr. Moriiin.' and night he
should be walie(i all over in warm wa
ter, Inn should not he exposed long
"notc'li to feel chilly afterward. A
handtul tit sea - alt, thoroughly dissolv
ed, may be nd-ie l to tlie i,,,, -;Xcott
in tin! Very wainn .. vf:it,i.r no littla
child should 1,0 put i cold bath.
Killiliiii'l Uir, a.
Before cuti'ng a man's .,vl 0(T in
'-.una the auinotitie-, considerately
make him drunk. In tnia country th
onside'rately make him drun'.; before
pulting a head on hirn.
It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
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Mll tilM n 11,
C. ST, I
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. . a V) p in. I
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st. L. 4 c. r. it. (Narrow-cauge),
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li A Mail ... l'hitu a m. Ki. Mall. .4:10 p m.
Aeiom liiM'Rp .tii. J Acconi ;oo p.m.
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tExpren I0::i0p.m. t Biurets tm p.m.
Wi, ST. 1.. & IV R. It,
Mail .t Kx 4:C0s.m. I Mall A Ex. . 9.30p.m.
Aceoin 4al p.m. Acco'n I0:i!0a.m.
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Mall S:fV a.m. Mail 9:10p.m,
Dully eiiepl Suniiay.- t Dully.
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I f'm PO
9 p. m.
9 p. in.
4 p. in.
iwav in hi li 4 iliip.iu.
Iron Miiiititniii K. It
Walnitn It H
Tex:it .t St. I.otct K. It
St. l.otnt A t'nlro K. K
M l.ler arnvet Wed-, Silt
" departs Weil., Kri
I' o.'cen del. op u from
P.O. box del. o, ci from
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. 5 p. m.
ri p. m.
..7:i)uam toTtiii) pin
..rt a. m. to Ii p. ui.
Sunday s ir,ei: . del. open from.. . s . m, to 10 a.m.
Siitiilai iiox del. open from . . . li a. in. to 10:30am
aiySoTK. Chsiiitu will he pu'iiitlied from
time to time ! ii e 1 1 y paper. Change vmir card ac
cordingly. VM. M. MUKl'HY, P. M.
AteJ Mnn, and ail Me
il ail Men
no aurrer ironi tarlt
imliKr-itietia will tinj
no autfer from tarlt
Alln'a Hrain Koodtha
moat powerful innornt eier introducM;
one rativd h u there la no rlapse. Trjr
it; it never (ik f; Q (r fi. Ai Drug
KiaU. or by mall from Ailen a Pharmacy,
- BRAIN FOOD
Tha elor af a man la
ht atreugta. If yoa
ar waaaentd daw a
atutlv. or hv Aariv itnlia.
cratina, Alltn'a Brain Food will puraa
neotijr restore all ln-t Tigor, and -arena'Ui-a
ail till) nowleaol brain and Hootjr. $ .6fer
ti. Ai ltn.-h-uta.or by mail from Alien a
cy, 3il 1st
llM Of tha many rm-
I I KI 7 V" diet heore tee puulio
I I I" I a Nervous Debiiitjr
lllll il and weakneaaol Narva
SM I W onnritin Svttain,
there is none equal to Allan'a Brain Food,
which promptly and perniauemly reatorei
all lo-t vinur; it never faila. 1 fikg., 6 lor
ii-At UruKfri'ta. or by mail from Allen a
UruKgi'ta. or ny mail Irom Allen a
I I fillA Fir Sevan rear Allanl
I I ChIV.1 Br'n haeatood
III IV tb atcongoat tau aa
1 I I II 11 to it menu m curing
aa sjs s M sv -ervoutnea. Nervoua
Debility, and raitonng pjt power to tha
weakened Oeoeraiive Svatm. and. in no
.n.tance, haa it evarlaiiftd; ttit. Ulitor
6 -At Oruiiiia, or br mail from Ai',a a
Fhar rua- -.,, ajai . A
c,.J16 l.l I n 111 I llll I
Mno mna In corpora
aano:' 'A aound mind
in a aian, body'1 ii toe
trade mora of Ailen
Brain 1 ij.nl and w a.
rare onr rradera thai, if dia-ati.tied with
either weaaoei-a of Brain or Bodily powtn.
ti remay will permanently atrengtinn
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